Hope this helps(Original post by Kev_A_63)
Hi guys - Stumbled upon another problem now, lol.
I'm lookin at a courses in primary education now. After working in American with Children of the similar age i feel it's a suitable course that i'll be interestd in.
However, i'm currently looking at 'Primary Education with QTS (X120)' which some unis are offering on the modular basis, or non-modular basis. And some seem to be 3 or 4 years.
Why are some universities offering the same course code for 4 years whilst some are saying its a 3 year course? Same goes for modular and non-modular; what's best and what exactly does it mean?
I've currently narrowed down 2 universities, bangor and bishop grosseteste, but am looking at more options.
http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/wiki/EducationMost Primary Education courses are 3 year courses, with school placements throughout the three years. Some universities offer four year courses, where you can specialize in one or two subjects. It is not known if this improves your chances of finding a job as a teacher.
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